PG Mix & Mingle Video: The Researcher Development Online Tool

The Researcher Development online tool has been available for a few weeks now. In case you missed the announcement, here’s the gist: the tool allows you to search for research-related resources and events across AUT. It lists several hundred workshops, online guides, seminars, conferences, advisory services, and special events. You can search for help with a new methodology, find upcoming networking events, identify who to contact with research concerns, get info on research seminars in your field, and so on.

PG students at the last mix & mingle got to see a demo – this is what they had to say afterwards: (click the heading of this post if you can’t see the video.)

Now it’s your turn! Try the tool here, enter your ID & password, and enter your search criteria on the right-hand side of the screen. (Be sure to search events “Tailored to: Postgraduate students” to eliminate anything that’s for staff members only.)

Oh, and by the way, there’s another mix & mingle on 23rd July at 4pm in WG308 (RSVP to postgraduate.centre@aut.ac.nz). This one includes a ceremony for recipients of the Vice-Chancellor’s Doctoral Scholar Awards. Come along to chat with other postgrads and staff from the University Postgraduate Centre… or just come for the free food.

 

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About Anaise Irvine

Dr Anaise Irvine is the Editor of Thesislink. She has a research background in science and narrative. Her PhD research analysed how contemporary films and novels represent genetic engineering as a social justice issue. She has previously researched fictional representations of evolution and quantum mechanics. She has taught such diverse texts as Blade Runner and Bridget Jones’s Diary, and her most obscure skill is being able to turn novels into phylogenetic trees!

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